3-on-3 All-Star Game Latest Evidence NHL is Open to Change

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They call it the good old hockey game, but it sure seems to have a fresh feel around it lately. Sports can often be caught in the “more of the same” mentality, a disease that has befallen the beloved NFL, now referred to tongue-and-cheek as the “No Fun League.” The same can’t be said about […] READ MORE


Debunking Myths: The Sophomore Slump And Top NHL Rookie Skaters

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Buyer beware, the fantasy hockey guides read. Mark Stone may have put up 64 points last season, but don’t expect a repeat. The guide could then offer a variety of reasons; it could be an unsustainable shooting percentage that accounts for this statistical downturn. Instead, fantasy guides and analysts alike often offer up two words […] READ MORE



Future Bright for Canadian Brayden Schnur Despite Pan Ams Loss

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The quarterfinal round has not been very kind to Canadian tennis as of late. Vasek Posposil bowed out in the Wimbeldon quarterfinals, and today it was Brayden Schnur who lost in the Pan Games quarterfinals meaning no Canadian will be in the medal round of men’s tennis. The Toronto native lost in straight sets 6-3, […] READ MORE


Chicago Blackhawks Sign Viktor Tikhonov

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With Brandon Saad being traded yesterday, the Chicago Blackhawks wasted no time in signing his replacement. Long considered one of the best players outside of the NHL, the Hawks have signed former Phoenix Coyotes draft pick Viktor Tikhonov to a one-year deal. The Blackhawks and forward Viktor Tikhonov have agreed to terms on a one-year […] READ MORE



Brandon Prust Did the Right Thing By Calling Out Brad Watson

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As far as hockey clichés go, Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust didn’t do a very good job of leaving it all on the ice last night. In the process he upset the hockey gods as well, or at least one who he considered a pretender to the role. According to Prust, his first period unsportsmanlike conduct […] READ MORE


Carey Price Scaring Senators Out of Playoffs

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Milan Michalek had the puck on his backhand, and all he had to do was lift it over the outstretched pad of Carey Price to give the Ottawa Senators a 2-1 lead. Instead, he pulled the puck back across to his forehand and it was ultimately stopped by Price. It should have been a fairly […] READ MORE